Computers in Education Journal

Volume XVI

Number 1 -- January - March 2006

Testing and Improving Educational Software
Henderson, Larimore, Lowhorn, Mayfield and Hayes

Finite Element Analysis for Computer-Aided Green Design of a Cutting Tool Embedded with a Heat Pipe
Chiou, Lu, Chen, Cole and North

Programming the Palm Tungsten - Second in a Series
Wiggins

On the Ball Field with the Negro Leagues: Software Development for a Local Museum
Friedman and Drake

Role of MATLAB Real-Time Hardware Interface within a Systems Modeling Course
Esposito, Feemster and Watkins

Strategies and Outcomes in Robotics Education
Ahlgren, Verner, Pack and Richards

The Optimization and the Incorporation of Green Engineering into Heat Transfer Using Spreadsheets
Flynn and Naraghi

Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium and Extraction Using MathematicaÆ
Binous

Influence of a Distance Learning Environment on University Studentsí Attribution of Success & Failure Factors
Offir

Embedded Microprocessors in a Project Laboratory
Parten

Compression of an Ideal Gas with Temperature-Dependent Specific Heat Capacities
Mueller and Abu-Mulaweh

Number 2 -- April - June 2006

ANSYS Macros For Illustrating Concepts in Mechanical Engineering Courses
Baker

Teaching Digital Systems Design Through Computer EDA Tools and Breadboard Techniques
Wang

Using Excel to Enhance Understanding of Vibration Analysis by Finite Element Technique
Hagigat

Simulation and Real-Time Implementation for Teaching 3-D Sound
Faller and Barreto

VRML Modules for Teaching Undergraduate Fluid Mechanics
Appanaboyina and Aung

Why are Students’ Perception of Web-Based-Education Different
Arif

A Maple® Auto-Tutorial for Engineering and Technology Students
Thomas

A Unified Approach to Piping System Problems
Hodge

A Web-Based Virtual Supersonic Nozzle Module as an Interactive Visualization Tool for Teaching Concepts Related to One-Dimensional Gas Dynamics
Chaturvedi, Abdel-Salam, Shrinivas, Khan, Chandorkar and Hariharan

Developing Effective K-5 Mathematics Educational Software
Richardson and Lyons

A Simple Project Paradigm for Teaching Computer Architecture
Chu

Number 3 -- July - September 2006

Java Applets to Reinforce Fundamental Computer Science Concepts
Quinn

Airborne Data Acquisition for Interdisciplinary Research and Education
Steidley, Bachnak, Jeffress and Kulkarni

A Virtual Implementation of a Dynamic Signal Analyzer Using Simulink
Watkins

The Development of an Interdisciplinary Data Visualization Course with an Ongoing Community-Based Project Component
Russomanno, Franceschetti, de Jongh Curry and Phillips-Lambert

Evolution of a Freshman Software Tools Class
Thomas, Minnick, and Gang

Design and Implementation of Compensators in a Laboratory Environment for Engineering Students
Thorp, Watkins, and O’Brien

Programming the Palm Tungsten: Third in a Series
Wiggins

Incorporation of a 3D Interactive Graphics Programming Language Into an Introductory Engineering Course
Snook, Lohani, Lo, Sirvole, Mullins, Kaeli and Griffin

Analog Computer Programming of Hovering VTOL Dynamics Part 1: Mathematical Models
Karayanakis

Analog Computer Programming of Hovering VTOL Dynamics Part 2 : Experimental Mechanisms and Comments on Manual Control
Karayanakis

Supporting On-line Direct Markup and Evaluation of Students’ Projects
Vastani, Edwards and Pérez-Quiñones

Application of Technology in Engineering Education
Navaee

Number 4 -- October - December 2006

Caller ID: A Project to Reinforce an Understanding of DSP-based Demodulation
Welch, Wright and Morrow

Integration of Formative Assessment into Online Engineering Assignments
Roselli, Howard and Brophy

Electronic Book Development on a Shoestring Budget
Malasri

An Example of Mobile Learning in Engineering through the Use of Personal Digital Assistants
Purasinghe and Elam

Residue Curve map Calculation of a Ternary Mixture
Binous, Wakad and Ben Achour

Designing Interactive Instructional Tools to Serve Both Students and Instructors – A Case History
Henderson, Lowhorn, Tindall and Larimore

Use 3D Graphics Learning Environment to Help Students Comprehend Non-Intuitive Science Concepts
Yang and Lodghe

Using Robots to Teach Complex Real Time Embedded System Concepts
Barrett, Pack, Beavis, Sardar, Griffith, Stephens, Sandberg, Shi, Sircin, and Janack

High Temperature Automobile Protection System
Boodram, Brown, McNeilly, Mohammed, Mahesh and Attarzadeh

Design of On-Line Self Regulated Controller Using PC Matlab
Rahrooh and Coowar

Using Globalspec® in the Classroom
Michelen and Kardys

Innovative Communications Experiments Using an Integrated Design Laboratory
Tuffner, Pierre and Kubichek

A Virtual Laboratory for Machine-tool Operations and Maintenance Engineering Technology
Song, Pilcher, Balamuralikrishna, Billman, Billman and Wang

 

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Computers in Education Journal

Volume XVI

Number 1 -- January - March 2006

Testing and Improving Educational Software
Henderson, Larimore, Lowhorn, Mayfield and Hayes

Finite Element Analysis for Computer-Aided Green Design of a Cutting Tool Embedded with a Heat Pipe
Chiou, Lu, Chen, Cole and North

Programming the Palm Tungsten - Second in a Series
Wiggins

On the Ball Field with the Negro Leagues: Software Development for a Local Museum
Friedman and Drake

Role of MATLAB Real-Time Hardware Interface within a Systems Modeling Course
Esposito, Feemster and Watkins

Strategies and Outcomes in Robotics Education
Ahlgren, Verner, Pack and Richards

The Optimization and the Incorporation of Green Engineering into Heat Transfer Using Spreadsheets
Flynn and Naraghi

Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium and Extraction Using MathematicaÆ
Binous

Influence of a Distance Learning Environment on University Studentsí Attribution of Success & Failure Factors
Offir

Embedded Microprocessors in a Project Laboratory
Parten

Compression of an Ideal Gas with Temperature-Dependent Specific Heat Capacities
Mueller and Abu-Mulaweh

Number 2 -- April - June 2006

ANSYS Macros For Illustrating Concepts in Mechanical Engineering Courses
Baker

Teaching Digital Systems Design Through Computer EDA Tools and Breadboard Techniques
Wang

Using Excel to Enhance Understanding of Vibration Analysis by Finite Element Technique
Hagigat

Simulation and Real-Time Implementation for Teaching 3-D Sound
Faller and Barreto

VRML Modules for Teaching Undergraduate Fluid Mechanics
Appanaboyina and Aung

Why are Students’ Perception of Web-Based-Education Different
Arif

A Maple® Auto-Tutorial for Engineering and Technology Students
Thomas

A Unified Approach to Piping System Problems
Hodge

A Web-Based Virtual Supersonic Nozzle Module as an Interactive Visualization Tool for Teaching Concepts Related to One-Dimensional Gas Dynamics
Chaturvedi, Abdel-Salam, Shrinivas, Khan, Chandorkar and Hariharan

Developing Effective K-5 Mathematics Educational Software
Richardson and Lyons

A Simple Project Paradigm for Teaching Computer Architecture
Chu

Number 3 -- July - September 2006

Java Applets to Reinforce Fundamental Computer Science Concepts
Quinn

Airborne Data Acquisition for Interdisciplinary Research and Education
Steidley, Bachnak, Jeffress and Kulkarni

A Virtual Implementation of a Dynamic Signal Analyzer Using Simulink
Watkins

The Development of an Interdisciplinary Data Visualization Course with an Ongoing Community-Based Project Component
Russomanno, Franceschetti, de Jongh Curry and Phillips-Lambert

Evolution of a Freshman Software Tools Class
Thomas, Minnick, and Gang

Design and Implementation of Compensators in a Laboratory Environment for Engineering Students
Thorp, Watkins, and O’Brien

Programming the Palm Tungsten: Third in a Series
Wiggins

Incorporation of a 3D Interactive Graphics Programming Language Into an Introductory Engineering Course
Snook, Lohani, Lo, Sirvole, Mullins, Kaeli and Griffin

Analog Computer Programming of Hovering VTOL Dynamics Part 1: Mathematical Models
Karayanakis

Analog Computer Programming of Hovering VTOL Dynamics Part 2 : Experimental Mechanisms and Comments on Manual Control
Karayanakis

Supporting On-line Direct Markup and Evaluation of Students’ Projects
Vastani, Edwards and Pérez-Quiñones

Application of Technology in Engineering Education
Navaee

Number 4 -- October - December 2006

Caller ID: A Project to Reinforce an Understanding of DSP-based Demodulation
Welch, Wright and Morrow

Integration of Formative Assessment into Online Engineering Assignments
Roselli, Howard and Brophy

Electronic Book Development on a Shoestring Budget
Malasri

An Example of Mobile Learning in Engineering through the Use of Personal Digital Assistants
Purasinghe and Elam

Residue Curve map Calculation of a Ternary Mixture
Binous, Wakad and Ben Achour

Designing Interactive Instructional Tools to Serve Both Students and Instructors – A Case History
Henderson, Lowhorn, Tindall and Larimore

Use 3D Graphics Learning Environment to Help Students Comprehend Non-Intuitive Science Concepts
Yang and Lodghe

Using Robots to Teach Complex Real Time Embedded System Concepts
Barrett, Pack, Beavis, Sardar, Griffith, Stephens, Sandberg, Shi, Sircin, and Janack

High Temperature Automobile Protection System
Boodram, Brown, McNeilly, Mohammed, Mahesh and Attarzadeh

Design of On-Line Self Regulated Controller Using PC Matlab
Rahrooh and Coowar

Using Globalspec® in the Classroom
Michelen and Kardys

Innovative Communications Experiments Using an Integrated Design Laboratory
Tuffner, Pierre and Kubichek

A Virtual Laboratory for Machine-tool Operations and Maintenance Engineering Technology
Song, Pilcher, Balamuralikrishna, Billman, Billman and Wang

 

Full Text of CoED Papers

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